Pune: FLAME University, the pioneer of liberal education in India, announces the start of Admissions for its 2020 intake for the undergraduate and postgraduate programs
FLAME University offers three-year B.A., B.A. (Honours)*, B.Sc., BBA and BBA (Communications Management) courses in its undergraduate program. This year onwards a B.Sc. (Honours)** undergraduate program will be added to its portfolio of undergraduate programs.
The liberal education anchored undergraduate courses at FLAME University are an effort to revolutionize higher education in India.
* In addition to B.A. in Economics, a B.A. (Honours) program in Economics is also offered.
** B.Sc. (Honours) in Computer Science in offered.
Undergraduates of FLAME University can continue for an optional fourth year FLAME Scholar’s program which is a seamless extension of the same. Research is an integral component of the program.
Lastly, FLAME University also offers two-year MBA and MBA (Communications Management) postgraduate programs. The MBA program is accepted into the CFA University Affiliation Program.
The university offers over 250 major-minor combinations at the undergraduate level which is very unique in an Indian context.
It offers the best faculty to student ratio in the country. At 9:1, it is unmatched at the higher education level in India. With more than 90 quality full-time faculty members and associations with the most revered institutions worldwide, the university offers an unparalleled education experience.
For undergraduate programs, FLAME University accepts SAT/ACT scores or alternatively conducts its own assessment test called FEAT. Selection of the best performing and well-rounded applicants who can contribute and enhance the learning experience at FLAME University is done considering aspects like SAT/ACT/FEAT scores, essay, personal interview, past academic record, extra-curricular activities and statement of purpose.
For postgraduate programs, FLAME University takes into account national level admission test (CAT/XAT/MAT/CMAT/GMAT/MH-CET) scores, optional own assessment test (PG-FEAT), essay, personal interview, past academic record, extracurricular activities and statement of purpose.
FLAME University offers a range of scholarships that recognize the inherent excellence and distinctive attributes of students ensuring that FLAME attracts the brightest of minds.
In addition, merit, need-based and special scholarships are provided that may range from partial to full fee waivers.
About FLAME University
FLAME University is the pioneer of liberal education in India, delivering the country’s premier interdisciplinary education experience. It is driven to being one of India’s most respected and reputed centers of learning – the premier destination of choice for higher education in the nation for learners and teachers, to push the design and nature of studies and to create a societal upgradationphenomenon particularly in the fields of liberal education and leadership.
FLAME grooms students who have a strong desire to learn and grow continually, welcome new ideas, value diversity with desire to succeed and give their best towards excellence in all spheres of life. Its curriculum includes perspective building, skills and competencies for communication, problem-solving skills, creativity, innovation, teamwork and ethics that also meet the needs of the diverse sectors of the country and beyond. With more than 90 quality full-time faculty members, the university offers an unparalleled education experience. The student – teacher ratio is 9:1, unmatched at the higher education level in India. Spread on 60 acres of green expanse with aesthetically designed infrastructure, the campus currently consists of four schools: FLAME School of Liberal Education, FLAME School of Business, FLAME School of Communication and FLAME School of Fine & Performing Arts.
FLAME University has been established as a state private university vide the FLAME University Act 2014 (Maharashtra Act No. II of 2015) of the Government of Maharashtra. It is recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) under Section 2(f), and degrees awarded by the University are recognized under Section 22 of the UGC Act, 1956.